Well its been just two weeks after his operation and we have an appointment on Friday with the Neurosurgeon in Brisbane so we fly out tomorrow.The other kids are not happy that we are going again,they find it very hard to deal with and his twin sister is very upset as she can't come.I hope they can fix his palsy in his eye and squint.There has been no change in the look and effect of the eye.I hope he gets an appointment to see the eye specialist as he can't see properly out of it.I am very worried that it will not heal itself and he may need surgery to fix the eye but he will always have the squint.Will update you all when I get back.
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